Tritons FOS race report by Jeff.
Outside of the traditional triathlete training ground, a few Tritons have been busy working on a new multi-sport skill set, including burping, bouncing, and rocking the future generation of Tritons.
Congratulations to Sophia Lai who reached Gold at the Port Dickson Triathlon in Malaysia on 22 April, and third overall at the Sprint! Read her story here.
Three lessons from Challenge Taitung: Do plan to travel at least two days in advance of the race… you never know when you might have a transport breakdown and don’t trust the bus driver claiming to have “tricks” for an over heating radiator. Don’t trust the race director when he says that the marshals never give out drafting penalties. Do get an aero bike!
Great conditions for this year's Vietnam 70.3 race in Danang. Still hot but thankfully less than last year. Very well organised and in a beautiful location. Well done to Ray P. for another awesome race and to Alex G. for finishing his first half Ironman. Here is his first 70.3 report.
Tritons had a drinking and unwinding session at Oolaa on Friday 24th March. Carb loading with plenty of fluids (of the bubbly kind), some delicious snacks, and great chat with like minded people. What a great way to start the weekend! Click to see more pictures.
Congratulations to Robert Kushner, Raynard Picard and Mark Blick, who raced in the Liuzhou China 70.3. What a start to the season for them and for Tritons!
Ocean Recovery Alliance held the 5th annual Cold Half on Saturday 18 February 2017.
A great blog and read for anyone thinking about doing a 2 week bike/sightseeing tour of Vietnam and Cambodia, covering 960km. Sue has submitted a short summary of their trip which was organised by the Spice Roads bike tour operators.
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